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'Books Come Alive' during J.E. Turner literary parade
Dressed in costumes, hundreds of students from J.E. Turner Elementary marched in the school’s literary parade today. The theme: “J.E. Turner: Where Books Come Alive.” Students were asked to write a report on one of their favorite books and to wear a costume of a character from that book. The marching band from Mary G. Montgome... Read More

Mobile County students applying for college, hoping for scholarships
Murphy High senior Taylor Spears has already been accepted at Tuskegee University, where several of her family members have attended college. She’s branching out to other colleges as well, applying for scholarships and being open to attend wherever she gets the best offer. She has taken the ACT a couple of times, written scholarship essay... Read More

Baker students represent Mobile County in AT&T national PSA
Congratulations to the Baker High School Television Production class also known as BH1.  The students entered the AT&T video contest on teen driver safety.  Each participating high school received a GoPro video camera to use for a creative thirty second spot.  The winner will play on all the local networks as a Public Service Ann... Read More

School board recognizes Lt. Col. Henry for bravery at Vigor
The Mobile County Board of School Commissioners on Monday recognized Lt. Col. Walter Henry, a JROTC instructor at Vigor High School, whose bravery halted a school shooting. “Thank you, Lt. Col. Henry,” board President Dr. Reginald Crenshaw said as he presented Henry with a certificate and resolution from the board. Henry’s qui... Read More